‘A lover of the wayside flower’

A few weeks before the ‘lockdown’ I visited the cemetery in Tillicoultry.  At this date none of us were sure that a pandemic was unfolding: unknowing of our immediate future … Continue reading ‘A lover of the wayside flower’

‘No Holds Barred’

This is the last “No Holds Barred” column by Dr Margaret McCartney: Screening is only for people with no symptoms. If you have symptoms it’s not screening. Screening is often … Continue reading ‘No Holds Barred’

Fernfield

Dr Eric Dow, General Practitioner for Bridge of Allan, took his life on the last day of January 1947. He died by cyanide fumes in his home and surgery, Fernfield. … Continue reading Fernfield